A Note from Julia (Entertainment For The Braindead): Sometimes a tiny, coincidental discovery can open completely new horizons. Like when you're on a crowded party and that one person you decide to talk to turns out to be the love of your life. Or when you're in a room full of instruments and for once you decide to not to pick the lute, not the weird, fascinating cello-like instrument on the wall... but the banjo. The Roadkill EP was born from one of these discoveries. There are lots of... Topics: folk, pop, banjo, creative commons
byJulia Kotowski / Entertainment For The Braindead
Some of you might know that there was a limited EP available during Julias Tour in february. There were 7 CDs, one for each evening of the tour. People wrote their names on a piece of paper and put it in a box while Julia played her set. At the end of each show there was one lucky person whose piece of paper got pulled ouf the magical box. Well, we thought it would be a shame if only 7 people on this planet were privileged to listen to these wonderful songs. So we decided to release this EP... Topics: Entertainment For The Braindead, Julia Kotowski, EFTB, aaahh, aaahh-records, Creative Commons,...
byEntertainment For The Braindead (Julia Kotowski)
Entertainment for the Braindead is Julia Kotowski from Cologne and her music can be considered as acoustic, private, fragile and touching. Therefore she coined the term "acoustic dilettante post-something", which refers to her unique D.I.Y. attitude that goes all along in the process of creating her music. Just like her debut "Hypersomnia", her new EP "Hydrophobia" is full of heart and soul and was created in her parents' living room. There she spent hours in... Topics: Eftb, Julia Kotowski, Entertainment For The Braindead, aerotone, aaahh-records, Hydrophobia